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User Info: Scratchmyears. Keep me logged in on this device. Forgot your username or password? User Info: Scratchmyears Scratchmyears 7 years ago 1 Ten years ago when I first lost myself in Ueda's grand debut I became completely obsessed with the world and the characters.
The plot of ICO is so vague and open-ended that you can interpret it all many different ways. Living in the US, I soon discovered that my version of the game was released prior to its proper Japanese release and was therefore unfinished. It was around this time I heard of the existence of a novelization of ICO which according to friends of mine gave insight as to the origins of Yorda and The Queen and even explained where the sword came from.
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Sadly, this novel was only ever released in Japan and as ICO didn't really sell all that well here in the states there was little to no hope of ever seeing it translated. A few years later I was one of the few who watched the trailer for what would be called Wanda and The Colossus when it was complete.. The obvious pun being "ni" as the number 2 in Japanese and ICO. ICO 2!? No way!. The trailer showed a group of horned children killing a gigantic beast.
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My sense of wonder and imagination went wild. I attempted to wrap my teenage mind around how this absurd bossfight could be connected to the plot of ICO. When the game was finally given a proper title "Wanda to Kyozu" it was officially announced as a "spiritual successor" and not a sequel. My interest did not wain and I was first in line to buy Shadow of The Colossus when it was finally released here in the US after months of waiting and salivating over trailers.quereslassnacoms.cf/the-evergreen-wreath.php
Colossus by by Niall Ferguson: Summary and reviews
It met my expectations and surpassed them beyond belief. A young captain of elephants who seeks heroism at all costs, and discovers the face of pure evil staring back through the flames of vanquished citadels. Part romance, part orgy of violence, the author skillfully brings to life a vibrant and exotic historical period. I can't wait for the sequel.
Seven Wonders Book 1: The Colossus Rises
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